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To the Interrogatories in 2do loco brought in the same day/ [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first Interrogatorie hee saith that those fower of the Nicholas Company who were
wounded as aforesayd were as they sayd wounded by Barnard Johnsonn
the brother of Claes Johnson and Master of the Nicholas after the sayd Claes who
was Captaine of her and some Spaniards which were aboard her alsoe
were come aboard the Maydstone ffrigott, but saith as is predeposed that the
persons soe wounded did declare and say that they were soe wounded by the sayd
Barnard only for refuseing to fight against the Maydstone ffrigott And further hee
cannot answere having heard nothing to the effect Interrogated other then before hee hath

To the last hee saith hee cannot answere knowing nothing nor having heard any
thing touching the matter Interrogated./

Repeated before doctor Godolphin/

Richard Jones [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The 19th of ffebruary 1657 English style

[GUTTER ?Sydrath Blake and Company against Page)
Suckely Smith)

Examined on an allegation given in the 11th of ffebruary
1657 on the behalfe of Sydrath Blake./

Rp. jus.

Thomas Anneley of Ratcliff in the parish of Stepney
and County of Middlesex Mariner aged Thirty fower yeares
or thereabouts a wittnesse sworne and examined saith and
deposeth as followeth videlicet./

To the first and second articles of the sayd allegation hee saith that hee this deponent
was and went Masters Mate of the Shipp the Industrie the voyage in question
and saith hee thereby knoweth and remembreth that the first day the arlate
Gowen Painter the Agent of the arlate John Page the sayd voyage sent any wines
aboard the shipp Industrie was after the sayd shipp had layne in the Roade of
Loratava sixty seaven dayes or thereabouts shee coming thither first upon the fifth
of September English style, soe that the dayes which the sayd shipp was to staye
by Charterparty for takeing in her ladeing (which were (as Sydrach Blake the
Master of the sayd Shipp told this deponent and others of his Company) fiftie
dayes without paying demorage and twenty dayes upon demorage) were all save
three or fower expired before any wines were ofered to bee laden aboard her
by the sayd Gowen Painter, And then and not before hee saith hee well remembreth
the sayd Gowen Painter caused a hundred and thirty pipes of wine to be
brought to be stowed aboard the sayd shipp Industry and desyred that the
sayd Blake and his Company would use all possible speede to stowe
them Where upon the sayd Blake and his Company though much streighttned
in tyme by the sayd Painters keepeing the wines soe long before hee brought
them and then bringeing soe many togeather had not tyme to stowe them
to the best advantage for tonnage, but were faine to worke night and day and
did worke night and day to cast out their ballast and make roome for the
stoweing of the sayd wines that soe they might not be in danger of being staved
by lyeing a board unstowed and did soe ply their labourt that whereas fifty
or threescore pipes is the greatest quantitie that shipps doe usually stowe
in a day, the sayd Blake and Company with great labour and Industrie heaved out their ballast and alsoe stowed all the
sayd hundred and thirty pipes in one day and night And further hee cannot depose
for that hee heard not what discourse passed betwixt the sayd Painter and Blake touching
the ladeing of any wines by Christovall da Alvarado arlate./

To the 3 article of the sayd allegation hee saith that hee hath gone voyages as well to